Al-Nahda Club (Saudi Arabia)

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Al-Nahda
Al-Nahdah (Dammam).svg
Full name Al-Nahda Football Club of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Founded 1949
Ground Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium, Dammam
Ground Capacity 26,000
Manager Yousef Al-Ghadir
League Saudi First Division
2015–16 Saudi First Division, 13th

Al Nahda is a Saudi football club from Al-Khobar, Dammam. They currently playing in the Saudi First Division

In the 2007–2008 season, under the lead of the Croatian coach Dragan Talajić, Al Nahda played the finals of the Prince Faisal Cup, being the first team from the Saudi Second League to play in the final.

Players[edit]

As of Saudi First Division:

No Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Dawod Al Saeed  Saudi Arabia
44 Goalkeeper Ali Hubail  Saudi Arabia
50 Goalkeeper Faisal Al-Merqeb  Saudi Arabia

5 Defender Yasser Al-Dhamri  Saudi Arabia
6 Defender Majed Al-Amri  Saudi Arabia
11 Defender Hussain Mojaadel  Saudi Arabia
12 Defender Ali Ahmed Hazazi (on loan from Al-Khaleej)  Saudi Arabia
14 Defender Sultan Faqihi  Saudi Arabia
24 Defender Nasser Jahfali  Saudi Arabia
30 Defender Khaled Al-Maghrabi (on loan from Al-Qadisiyah)  Saudi Arabia
33 Defender Abbas Adam (on loan from Al-Feiha)  Sudan
34 Defender Abbas Shengeeti  Saudi Arabia
42 Defender Sultan Masrahi (on loan from Al-Qadisiyah)  Saudi Arabia

4 Midfielder Hamed Falatah  Saudi Arabia
8 Midfielder Naif Al-Olayani  Saudi Arabia
9 Midfielder Mashari Al-Juraibi (on loan from Al-Ettifaq)  Saudi Arabia
10 Midfielder Aiedh Al-Sohaimi (on loan from Al-Ettifaq)  Saudi Arabia
15 Midfielder Abdurahman Al-Shahrani (on loan from Al-Qadisiyah)  Saudi Arabia
19 Midfielder Abdullah Al-Salman (on loan from Al-Taawon)  Saudi Arabia
20 Midfielder Jaber Al-Ziyadi (on loan from Al-Ettifaq)  Saudi Arabia
25 Midfielder Fahad Al-Malki  Saudi Arabia
29 Midfielder Mohammed Al-Sobeai (on loan from Al-Ettifaq)  Saudi Arabia
71 Midfielder Ahmed Al-Malki (on loan from Al-Qadisiyah)  Saudi Arabia
99 Midfielder Faisel Al-Yami  Saudi Arabia

7 Forward Abdulhaleem Al-Amoudi  Saudi Arabia
17 Forward Omar Al-Khodhari (Captain)  Saudi Arabia
18 Forward Bader Al-Khamees  Saudi Arabia
21 Forward Turki Sufyani (on loan from Al-Ettifaq)  Saudi Arabia
23 Forward Naby Soumah  Guinea

Managers[edit]

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